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Album Review: Laura Marling - Semper Femina

This article first appeared at No Ripcord on March 21, 2017.

Semper Femina is part of a Latin phrase from  Virgil’s Aeneid. “Varium et mutabile semper femina.” It translates to “Fickle and changeable woman always is.” On her latest album, Laura Marling concentrates on the end of that sentence: “woman always.” This is a record that looks at all aspects of womanhood. 501 more words


PREMIERE // Loz KeyStone - To Feel Love

Post by Misha

When I first heard Loz KeyStone’s early singles for this album, I kept thinking about how it’s rare for music to sounds quite so much like the thing it’s about. 466 more words


Album Review: Los Campesinos! - Sick Scenes

This article first appeared at No Ripcord on March 3, 2017.

Aging is a struggle that everyone goes through, even upstart, raucous indie bands. Now, a decade after their first single, Los Campesinos! 470 more words


Alice's Restaurant Massacree

Yes, I own it on vinyl. (And yes, I forgot that selfies flip the images).

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Remember, if you want to end war and stuff, you got to sing loud.

Album Review: Elbow - Little Fictions

This article first appeared at No Ripcord on February 13, 2017.

By this point, Elbow feels like an English institution. The band has played charming, heartening music for decades and has a dedicated fanbase. 604 more words


Album Review: Kohti Tuhoa - "Pelon Neljäs Valtakunta"

Happy Thanksgiving.  It’s pretty hard to find things to be thankful for, as I watch the headlines pop up on my phone, my television, even (with diminishing frequency) my newspaper.   651 more words


The Orielles ‘Silver Dollar Moment’

The Orielles and Heavenly Recordings have shared details of their debut album “Silver Dollar Moment”.

One of the most exciting and one the bands to watch in 2018, The Orielles are releasing their highly anticipated debut album  238 more words

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